In films and actions infused with comedy and slapstick, Judith Hopf explores power structures, authority, behavioural codes and the marginalisation of certain groups. Using parody, and setting up laughable, awkward situations she targets bourgeois values and conformity. In her Museion exhibition, the artist presents sculptures, films and installations, as well as new works created for the occasion. Read more.
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